Greene King

Winter warmer: Greene King’s January sales shine through with its low and no-alcohol stock

GK boasts huge rise in low-and-no sales

By Alice Leader

Greene King has claimed a victory during Dry January as the giant pubco announced year-on-year sales of low and no-alcohol drinks up 58% across its managed estate last month.

Rapid growth: Greene King said it will be expanding its vegan offer following substantial sales in 2019

Greene King vegan sales up 265%

By Emily Hawkins

Greene King has said it will be expanding its plant-based food offer after its total sales of vegan dishes saw a year-on-year increase of 265% in the past financial year.

Previous history: Unite issued ballots for the strike last year

Greene King strike ‘could hit beer deliveries’

By Nikkie Thatcher

Greene King workers have voted for strike action following a “paltry” pay offer by the Suffolk-based brewery, union Unite has said, which could impact on deliveries from three depots.

It’s a cracker: pubco is putting the green into Greene King

Greene King goes green with its crackers

By Alice Leader

This year, Greene King is pulling a greener Christmas as it offers an eco-friendly cracker to its customers as a step to reduce its environmental impact.

Mild concerns allayed: Greene King confirmed its XX Mild ale has not been removed from its permanent brewing portfolio

GK says popular ale has not been dropped

By Emily Hawkins

Brewer and operator Greene King (GK) has confirmed that a popular beer has not been ditched from its brewing rotation despite its sale to an international property firm.

Summer announcement: the deal was revealed in August this year (image: Sludge G, Flickr)

Greene King deal completed

By Nikkie Thatcher

The £2.7bn deal for Greene King to be taken on by Hong Kong company CK Bidco has now been completed with the pubco’s share listing now cancelled on the London Stock Exchange, The Morning Advertiser’s sister title MCA has reported.

Approved: Greene King shareholders back CKA takeover

Greene King deal approved

By Nicholas Robinson

The £2.7bn deal for Hong Kong firm CK Asset (CKA) to take over Greene King’s almost 3,000 pubs portfolio has been approved by the pubco and brewer’s shareholders.

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